David Rosenthal, MD
Chief Medical Officer

Physician-executive with special areas of expertise in the development, testing, implementation, and scaling of innovative technology products and healthcare services.

David is Tesseract’s Chief Medical Officer since January 2021. Prior to Tesseract, he was on the Yale School of Medicine faculty in Internal Medicine and served as the Medical Director of the Homeless Patient Aligned Care Team for VA Connecticut. He was also lead medical advisor for the City of New Haven COVID isolation respite shelter and was awarded a Proclamation by New Haven mayor Justin Elicker for his commitment to the public health and well being. Helped to start health informatics startup Keas after medical school and named on their original health coaching patent. At Yale he served as the Course Director of the Capstone Course and was a clinical director at the Yale (CBIT) Center for Biomedical Innovation and Technology. Dr. Rosenthal graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College, received his M.D. from Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, and completed his internship and primary care residency at the Brigham and Women's Hospital in the Management and Leadership Track.